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Re: Troubleshooting MHonarc and MS Entourage

Hi Earl:

Thanks for answering my question.

You're right the ">" is not actually part of the data. Attached is a zipped
mbox file with 4 messages.

I guess I misunderstood the docs when it came to adding the "--". What
should the whole command be instead?



> From: Earl Hood <earl@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: mhonarc-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 11:38:10 -0600
> To: mhonarc-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Troubleshooting MHonarc and MS Entourage
> On February 21, 2004 at 19:19, Roger Wong wrote:
>> I'm a Mac OS X Microsoft Entourage user and am trying to get MHonarc to
>> convert its mbox files to HTML. But I can't.
>> Using default settings, I'm getting this error:
>> Warning: Could not parse date for message
>>          Message-Id:
>> <6071f20781a6d907473a3a3fd4202f98@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> I read the FAQ and the archives about using MSGSEP so I tried this:
>> mhonarc -msgsep ^From\s-- /Users/roger/Desktop/kat.mbox
> ------------------^^^^^^^^^
> The "--" is part of the regex, which will not match the message
> separator.
> It is better to zip up your mbox sample to avoid any munging of
> data over transport.  For example, in the sample you included,
> there are ">From..." lines for message separators.  Is the
> ">" actually part of the data?
> --ewh

Attachment: MHonarch.mbox.zip
Description: Binary data

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